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43BWALRE- WINE; BOYS.
,BY:O. H. BANES.
Look not upon tbo wine, my boy, •
Nor riear-Chts hirlok death-line come;
' .:4 - 6, - (44 -. 'ff,lmo 1 btiramed with joy,
-That natine'i; 134 . 3 of its Sparkling fCam;
• - for, though' the draught may stir the sOto,
- trhlin yiiti-Orink delight the taste,
lifos • that tOtich tho bowl
,• tanner life to waste!
111412wine-frionds weave their • wiles, my boy,
' Where the intainperate go,'
Sitiusl4iin I berkare the fowl' decoy !
• Have courage then to anewcr,''•No !"
And th . ,t , iugh this one staunch word' may bring
' , A storm of scoffing, taunting sneers,
'Tivill foil the "adder's" deadly sting,.,
And spare you many bitter 'team 1,
Yon wretched wreck forloin, my boy,
Slow . reeling from the Tempter's
Was once a man ; - but the base alloy 111
Of wine has blighted manhood ther t k
Once straight and strong, this noble form
stood 'mongst its fellows liko'a king !
wow, shattered by the demon's storm,
'Tie but a wreck—a ruined thing ! •
Once men were honored could they sit
And gather wisdom frora his lips;
Now the, poor outcast pawn's his wit
• To buy the dram the 4runkardniips!
Then Friendship dew, to grasp hilt hand,
And 'toner pressed hiS palm with pride,
But Wine, the Mocker, broke thr, hand
That bound all true men to his side.
And now, of friends forsaken, poor,
Shunned by the fair ana ' poor of earth - -
Joy lied forever from his door,
No happy - Voices round his hearth;
Purtnied by.bis tormentor, Thiist, •
No peaeo,by day, nor rest by night
Tho poor inebriate lives aceurey
For Pity's eye_the saddest sight
Oh, would you be a man, my,boY,
Respected, honored, loved by al),
Touch not the red wine! 'twill destroy
Your hopes, and turn Life's sweet to gall
But:firmly stand! resolved - aud pledged
The wine oup and its woes to flee;
Thus 'gainst intemperance triply pledged,
Your life, will bo a victory,
The readers of the Drawer have, with
in the past year or two, been edified
with . the perusal of a sermon on "The
harp of a thousand strings," :and the
Farewell Discourse of Brother Wat
kirks." The tone of those discourses
might, in a general way, be called plea
sing. .Not' so however the following
- brief allusion from the 'pulpit to a young
man of indifferent position in tbe",:o.
cial circles of B , New Hampshire,
who came to an early decease by a vig
orous but absurdly unequal contest
with aiparty of the.Otard The
preacher who officiated at the final so.
lemnities, improved the occasion by
makitig the following remarks :
0 .T have been requested, not to say im
portuned, to deliver a funeral diseour6e
on this occasion, and I have reluctantily
consented to do so.-- I never heerd any
good of the deceased yit ; and if the
friends have made up theirmaitids that
11. am about to begin sieb i s course now,
they are very much Mistaken est
mate, in fact, that this young man, now
alayin' before you, was about the wust
man ever permitted, in the onscrutabie
wayS Of tbe.Divinepuz?puses, to locate
in this vicinity. He was one who I
alight say alters fell when he was temp
ted; ti!nd he certingly appeared to me
to.seek; rather than avoid, occasions for
T" Why, my feller Christians, he kep'
bosses and run 'em ; he kep' cocks and
fit 'em;_ and as to women, let his wid
der (who I see a settin' in a front pew)
testify." [Here the widow arose, as
was the custom when the family of the
deceased was alluded to, and, deerning
it a complimentary remark, courtesied
to the preacher.] "In - "Short, after a
diligent inquiry into the particulars of
his character and conduct while he has
resided in this village, I have come to
the Conclusion that about the only good
thing that kin be said of him at all, is
that he was au active member of the
ingine',eompany, and occasionally good
at fires., •
" The pall-bearers will now proceed
to bear put 'the corpse, while the choir
will sing, as an appropriate hymn, the
33d hymn, 2d book, short meter, four
verses, omitting, if you please, the 3d
and sth stanzas : ~,
' Believing, we rejoice 1
To see the cues removed,'
with the usual Doxology."—Har. Mag
Earth not our Abiding Place—
It cannot be that earth IS man's only
abiding place; it cannot be that our
life is a bubble cast up by the ocean of
eternity to • float a moment upon the
wave, andhen sink into darkness and
nothingness; else why Is it, that the
aspirations that leap like angels from
the temple! of our hearts, are forever,
wandering/ abroad unsatisfied.?
Why is it that the rainbow and the
clouds come over us with a beauty that
is not of earth, then pass away. and
leave ns to muse upon their faded, love
liness? Why is it that the starA ttutt
hold their festival around the midAight
throne are placed so far above the grasp
of our limited faculties, forever mock
ing us with. their unapproachible
glory ? - . I -
And, finally, why is it that bright
forms ,of human beauty are presented
to our vision, then take from us'i...lt•av
ing the thousand , currents of our, One
, Wu .to sow. backre cold and
torrents upon the eart ?
-We are borne from a higher dtg*tiny
than that of earth. There is a land
where the rainbow never fades, where
the stars rill be spread out before us
like islands that slumber upon the
ocean ; and where thb beautiful beings
tliat pass here like visions, will stay , in
our. presence foreve.-:-George
ghe Pittsburg C64tmeroia/ reporti the,
dlicovery in York county, 'Penh.,'of
large deposit of iron ore, which has the
peculiar property of turning pig iron
into good merchantable steel by simpl
mixture with the pig iron in an ordins'i
ry puddling furnace. Theere in its bed;
is so soft that it can be *lined with a
spade, but on exposure to the atmos
phere it soon hardens. The discovery
is making quite a stir among. the iron
furnaces and rolling-mills of Pennsyl
vania and Maryland. prpf.• Lesley es
timates the contents •o) ore bed at
A young lady in I.Jansingburg having
set her cap for a rather largiii specimen
of thEi opposite sex, and having failed
to Will him, was telling her sorrow to
a couple of her contidents,': when one of
them conafrouted her with these words
" Never Taltid. MOLLIE ; there are as
good fish in the sea as ever were caught."
!`Mollie knows that," - replied her little
brother, "but she"wauts a vrhale."
Judge Elwell, of Columbia county,
has decided that the busluella of a bar:
' her in shaving ou Sunday, Se a Worldly
eniphayment, not excepted from the
prohibition of the act of April 22, 1794.
It is not a work of necessity or charity,
but of mere convenience.
Tioga County: Agitator.
an office Is well stocked with Type, Presses, Ace.,
and bas every advantage for doing
in a superior manner, Platreor in Colors, from a wed
ding card to a sheet poster. Any kind or style of work
done at this office, as follows: ,
Law Books, Pamphlets, Cards,tlnvitatioh Card*,
Hand Bills,Programmee, Checks, Pratte, Dubills;
Bill 'fiends, Circulars, Orders, Shipping Cards,
Business Cards, Envelopes, Tinted Piste Printing,
Visiting Cards, Wedding tkc.
• ; .. •
And all othei blanks Constantly on hand e.nd for Wei
Deeds, warrantee, i • ,
• Shool Contract :' "
Deeds,quit-claint. ' ' Stunmo as, Subpoenas,
Statement and Confession, Warrants, 'Executions,
Amicable Action, Indemnifying Bonds, • -
Bonds,Constable'e Sale, , Attachments, Judgment
Collector's Sale, Notes, Petition and Bond
Marriage Certificate, ,for App'inent of Guardian.
And any other blanks not enumerated above will ba
printed to order on abort notice. ' -
44-Persons sending orders for JOB WORK will get
their Work promptly done and returned., We shall
spare no pains to please our customers In this depart
ment. Those sending work, please state the size of
Joh, kind of Ink and paper desired.
VAN GELDER & MITCHELL.
gEED POTATOES FOR SALE.--Early Rose,
Climax, and Breese Prolific.
Early Rose; the merits of this celebrated va
riety, are already well kiCown—planted side by
side with the early Goodrich and Xorkpotatoes,
they matured twelve days in advance.
Climax potato: this variety speaks for its
•self. Prom one pound of seed, the undersigned
received a yield of 123 pounds. It is a potato
of superior table quality.
The Breese Prolific ;statures about two weeks
later than the Early t lßose—is generally pro
ductive; often exceeding a hundred fold, and
will prove a most valuable variety for field
culture: It is also a potato of excelent table
Early Boas, price per peok,
• Climax. \ 6 - ' .pound,
Breese Prollflo, ' •
- 11. S. TOANSTON,
Bob. 28, '7O-tf.
BEY - HIVE EXCHANGE.
BUT AT DISCRETION!
YOU see that half a column.of spaca wick halt
an inch of reading matter, don't help me
fitter all. What ci'ma do that fid• r" asked lass
than a million of my customers, Then I appeared
in blank. And, being tuckbred out with trying
to explain why I did it, I am forced to do it in
print: - •
Icdlow ye, all good puutde, that I am doing a
Land Office business,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUGARS, '.ALL oRADEs, SYRUPS, MO
LASSES, PORK, HAMS,
SHOULDERS, MACKEREL, WHITE
FISK, CISCOES, COD, HA.LI-
BUT, ID BO FORTH,
And lam selling cheap as I always do, and can
save country dealers their expenses to the little
city of Elmira, or the big city of New York.—
But then, •
THE TEA TRADE
is one of my biggest, brightest, and best things.
Yon cannot get better
OOLONG OR GREEN TEAS,
or cheaper, than I can sell you. You may pa
tronize the Oreat American Tea Company, and,
then I can do you good. I have enough ta.set
Tioga County a
TE ILE - ING
for the next 26 years. Besides no man has a big
ger or better lot of
110011% a ammo
then I have, and am Belling them dt a bargain
in the Grocery Line,
FANNED FRUITS, AND VEGETABLES,
WOODEN WARE, CONFEC.
not zaixed as I mix them here, but in good order
I bny all the
BUTTER' AN? CIiEESE,
that I can, and almost everything else but teasels
Sign of the BULL. & BEE•HIVE.
Weller, Deo. 15, 1889.
LET it be distinctly understood to the inhab
limits:and citizens of Wellsboro, that we
and abs other article in the
cheaper than can be sold by any other firm in
Vega County; further we do affirm that no man
oan undersell us unless they receive goods by
We have just received from N. Y,,
35,000 ROLLS of WALL PAPER
bought:at the present Gold prices .$l,ll, whi h
we will sell cheaper than'any other firm whet Of
N. Y. Call and examine, and we are certain
that we can please in Price and quality, and if
not suited we ,will .pay you for your time in
P. R. WILLIAMS & CO.
Wellsboro,APrlo3, 1870. -
Havingformed a partnership in the Tin,)Stoye
and Hardware trade, the undersigned haVe the
pleabure to announce that they have, at a great
outlay, added to the usual stook - of the old stand
'a complete assortment - of Shelf Hardware,
of *hloh we enumerate the following articles
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
CARPENTER'S TOOLS, •
• . BITTS,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
AND IRON, GRINDSTONE
\HA.NGINGS, CORN •
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. These are but a
few of the many articles composing our stook
We invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the beat quality of
goods In our line; and all work. to order done
promptly and well.
ENTS POR THE
Hu keye Mo
,er & Reaper.
SASH, DOC/RS. BLINDS.
ROBERTS' & BAILEY'S, Hardware
ROBERTS A BAILEY.
WIC ROBERTS. i •
R. 0• BAILEY. f
TOE subscribers will pay Cash, Full-Cloth,
crassimeres, Flannels, &0., &0., for Wool.—
yalso manufacture as Usual—
TO .ORDER, OR ON SAWS
to snit onetomers. All workwarranted aerep
resented. They invite particular attentiou to
their Water Proof
which aie warranted in every respect. Partials
lar attention given to
W. T. MATTIERS
Stoves: Stoves : !
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
AT FACTORY PRICES.
Always on hand or furnished to order, at
Ingham's Woolen Mills !
ROLL - CARDING
INGHAM'S large stook of Oassimeres, do., 26
per cent lees than any competitors, and warrant.
ed as represented,
INGRAM manufacture to order, and do all
kinds of 8011-Carding and Cloth Dreeslng, and
INGRAMB have as good an assortment o
Full 01qths, Oassinieres,
aid give more for Wool in exchange than any
other establishment. Try them and satisfy your
INGRAMS wholesale and retail at the Cow
anesque Mills„2 miles below Knoxville.
Oar Oloths are warranted, and sold by the
DELANO & CO.. Welleboro, Pa.
T. L. BALDWIN & CO., Tioga, Pa.
J. C. BENNETT, Covington, Pa.
100,000 Pounds . of Woo
JOSEPH INGH&B1 * BONS.
Deerfield, Jan. 1, 1810-If.
New Stock! New Goods! ,
SEARS p. DERBY
ET AVE taken the now store one door abovo
JUL Wright .3; Bailey, where they are on hand
with a now stock of '
BOOTS, BALMORALS, GAITERS,
BOOTEES, BROGANS AND
wattanted to Skop) , foot fronx
0 1 to 18 in
cltisive: The stock has boon selected by one
who has the advantage of
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
in the business, and is the beet and fullest in the
country, Our stock of
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH KIP, UP
,PER, SOLE, COMMON
':LININGS, BINDING,• '
will ba kept - up as heratoffre.
On Findings we shall be found at home al-,
ways, and we - shall endeavor to sell at pr,lact
satisfactory to the trade. We won't be wider.'
• CASH PAID
FOR HIDES, SKINS, FURS & PELirS.
Also the top of the Market for r
W . ' 0 0 L
But our beet hold will be on
CUSTOM WORK 1
There's comfort in a well made custom boot,
Aat t corns without too much compressinw
For cvcrybddy knows a shabby foot
Daunt be compromised by overdresaing.
Ahd one may wear clean linen with a suit
Of finest cloth, but there is no finessing
Will make a man with shabbily dressed feet,
Look like a gentleman upon the street;
kroner, : Buy yoUr boots of . .
SEARS & DERBY,
Or any other mall. [Printer's Devil.]
Welleboro, Jan. 1, 1869-tf.
lAM AGENTilfor Kinney do Co., celebrated
platform Spring Wagons, all styles,' also
for their light Carriages and Buggy Wager's,
all made in good style, and from Jersey timber,
and warranted in every respect, equal to any
made. Can furnish any of the above at the
lowest Manufacturers price's. L. C. BENNET.
Welleboro, Jan. 1, 1870—tf.
. Howse and Lot for Sale.
OUSE and Lot, and vacant lot for ' sale
cheap. Location Wellsbpro, and desirable.
nquire at the Agitator Oftioe.,l
Jan. 1, 1870—tf.
TO THE FARItERS OF
lAM viol/building at my nuiliotory,i la Lawrence.
villa . a superior
which possesses the fallowing advantagesoverjallother
I.lt separates rye,oats,rat Iliter.andfoulseedsoind
chile e and cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed,takee out yellow eeed, and all
otber seeds, perfectly.
8, It cleanetimothy seed.
4. It does all othereeparatingrequired of a mill
This mill is built ofthe beet and moat durable tim.
ber, in good etyle.and la told cheap for cash, or pro
Twill tit a patent stove, for separating aatsfrom
J .H MATHER,
FOUNDRY a MA(IHINH SHOP
SEARS &• AVERY, P- ROPRIZTORS.
PLOWS, HORSE HOSES, CULTIVA
TORS, ' FIELD . ROLLERS, KET
TLES, ALL was, SAP PANS,
- FARMING UTENSILS, ALL
KINDS, WOOD MACHINES WOE
CHURN POWER; THE TOMPKINS
COUNTY, HORSE POWER- EIGHT
AND TEN HORSE, CONSTANTLY
And also, everything usually found in a firs
We call particular attention to our MA
CHINE SHOP, which has been re-built with
new, and firit-clata
MACIIINERY I LITHO
Iron PLANER, DRILL, do. We employ none
but first-olasa workmen; and are, therefore, pre
pared to do our work in the best style, and at
short notice. We have recently wi l led new
MACHINERY, for Planing and Matching
boards. Call and ono no.
Jan. 5, 1879-Iy.. SEARS & AVERY.
. 4 g, VQ6
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I D • • P I • Pliopilar to,
KNOXVILLE. TIOGA. 00IINTY, I PENN'A:
0.0. ~Paau ` ~tincipit.
Mrs:AIM AV: norron, ProiCePtresi
bliss MIL WILTqr, Assistant. .
MB■ Etna BALETLITT, Teachei of Hullo..
The BallTerni will Commence Auguit 81. The Winter
Turin November 80, The BpringTerva March 8. Baal
Term to continue 12 week,. • -•-
EXPENSES' PEIt TII.IOII.
Tuition, including resit ariftwood, Term...... 511,60.
" 1 • " .• • " • Winter Term.. 18,150.
- ~; Eyries T•#n.— WO.
Day Stneente 7100.
Instrumental Music, (Piano, Organ Or 11010deon).. 10,00.
Vocal Music - 2,00:
.1110.04.1Petmlnilmte 4 2,00.
Drawing and Pending 8,00.
Board per week .... 8,00.
Jan. 1,18704 f. •
INVOL'ESALE• ANY, RETAIL DEALER
Ill'altkitido of • •
Wines, Liquors and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC, GREEN &
C..ANN:ED FRUITS AND
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS &
A full and complete assortment of, the above
mentioned goods of the beat quality always on .
Particular attention paid to P ine; Groceries.
Dealers and Consumers will And it to their in
terest to examine hirlStook before buying. ;
Corning, N. Y., r 8 10810.
~ • .
A. D. DUDLEY,,
A.4. 1 * Watchmaker and Jeweler.
- -Merge aseettaetit of
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER PLATED
WARE, CLOVES AND FANCY GOODS.
krairikylag done id any style.
Oorni*Hee. 15, 1869. A.H. DUDLEY,
ly. ••. - No. 10, Market St.
EXEBUTOMP NOTlCE.—Letters Tostaman
iarrhavaiglitan granted neon the kit will
and testament. of John - .Lovagood, - &coiled,
late d i -Liberty, all parsons indebted-to or Calm
ing against said mate, are requested to •settle
with S. A. LIWZBOOOD,
L B. WERLINB,
Liberty, March 23, 1870: et Exeo're.
WE the undersigned do hereby say to, all—
that we have tried this machine, and
O•4•Ar 441.1,••••va114n. ..••••• 24.
washes complete, and works with perfect ease—
only requiring about one tenth the Jabot of com—
mon washers. We think it cheap, simple and
durable. It does not wear the eV:Ahem, but sim—
ply cleansei from all dirt. And we cheerfully
recommend it to all; it being now canvassed for
with great !amass. March 2, 1870. 8t
Mrs. Jerome Smith, Mrs. William Mathers,
" Mary A Dewey, " George Parker,
" Christina Watkins, " Nettie Watkins,
" Lewis Holmes, " P. C. Van Gelder.
Mr. M. 0. Sutton is the only authorized Agent
is this locality. Mar. 2-6 t.
47 J. STICKLIN,
Ohairmaker, Turner, and
• Furniture Dealer.
SALE ROOM and FACTORY opposite Dartt's
Wagon Shop Main Street, where he is pro.
pared to fiarnish Cabinet Ware of any kind to
those in want.
Orders promptly fi lled and eatisfactiongnarau.
toed. Fancy Turning done to order. •
Wellsboro, Jan. 1,1870. J. STIOKLIN.
A farm of three hundred norm with two bun•
dred and •twenty-five acres improved. Sit
uated two miles north of Tioga Village, pn the
Tioga River and Railroad. Well watttered, un
der a good state of cultivation, and good build
loge. Also four houses and lots for sale iliTioga
village., T. L BALDWIN.
THE undersigned resp'eatfally announces to the
citizens of Westfield and surrounding coon•
try that he le permanently located at thig place.
He is fully prepared to do all kinds of
in the highest style of the art. Eirtisfaotion
guarranteed. Office over Soovillts Drug Store.
-Pine Photographs can be bad over the Drug
Store. • • 11. R.. PHILLIPS.
Westfield, Pa., June 80,1889-Iy.
LOTS SPRING GOODS:
rrHE anbaorlber will keep on nand at all times
.1. - a hall stock of
I • I tt
Grocery And Provision Store,
CORNING, N. Y.
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, 8r.0., &o.
CORNING JEWELRY STORE I
The Richardson Washer.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
Dr. H. R. Phillips,
Wholesale and Retail
DRUG STORE !j
By W. C. KRESS.
Flavoring Extracts, Perf umery, "Kerosene,
Lamps, Wicks, DO Co lors, White 'Trash
Lime and Brushes,: Varnish and
&oh Brushes, Window Mau
&rem, Varnish of an
kind*, Fancy amps,
Hair and ?both Brushes, a full stock of
Yankee Notions; also
. a complete as
and a full stook of
Pure Wines and Liquors.
Buyers are requested to oall and examine pi-
Coo before purohating elsewhere.
: Apr. 30, MO.
CORNING, N. Y.
TAMS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
1.1 , AND OILS,
THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
CONCENTRATED MEDICINES, .
IREDELL'S FLUID, EX
BURNETT'S COOOAINE, FLAVORING
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, ROCH
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME & .
AND DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
1 - FINED OIL.
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers arerequested
to oall and get quotations before going further,
W. B. TERBELL it CO.
.rnlng, N.Y.; Jan. 1,1870--ly
' AT THE NILES VALLEY STEAM•
10,000 Bus. Corn, •
10,000 " Oats, and any amount of
good wheat. J. B. DIMON & Co. ,
Niles Valley, Jan. I, 1870-tf.
IHAVE bought the right to use! the Paten
Blued* Roofing in Tioga County, and am
now preparad, to put on roofs cheap and in good
Workmanlike manner. This roofing is fire and
water proof. I refer to Messrs. Wright A Bai
ley, Toles A Barker, and 0. L. Willcox, *here
samples can be seen and.roofs in use.
Wellaboro, Jan .1, 1870—tf.
- Welisboro Hotel. I
)3 B. HOLLIDAY, Proprietor. A large and
• oommodioue House, located in the immo
late vicinity of all the County buildings, with
large and commodious barns attached.
-Jaines Hazlett acts as hostler, , and wil
always be found on hand, attentive to business.
QETH WATKINS respectfully informs the
1 / 4 3 publio that he has established a
Livery for Mire,
at the barn on the premises lately owned by R.
0. Simpson, Esq., located on Pearl and Crofton
Streets, We'labor°. He aims to keep good hor
ses and wagons, and intends to please. Prices
reasonable.—Nov. 24,1869-Iy. i
Double and single teams furnished.
Furniture 1 Furniture
B. T. VAN HORN,
HAVING completed his new Cabinet Ware
house on Main street, Welleboro, has stook
ed it with a large and superior assorted stock o
Ohamber Suits, Walnut, Ash, Waple
do., do., do.,
• from $l5O down, and as cheap
as the same goods can be bo't
in the cities, freight added.
Parlor Suits, Walnut, Cherry, and
Mahogany, Reps or Hair Cloth,
frbm $125 down. Also,
SOFAS, LOUNGES, COUCHES, TETE
with Upholstery to snit.
Center Tables, Walnut or Marble Tops
• Looking Glasses, Brackets Pa
per Racks, Rocking Chairs, }
Wholesale . and Retail.
I am manufacturing as usual, and intend to
keep a full stook of ware, home and city made
at all times. My Ware Rooms are spacious and
neat, and now contain the largest, costliest and
bestbtockl of Furniture ever brought into the
Planing and Matching,
SCROLL SAWING dr,,AEOULDING,
done to order at the Factory
• Jan. 1, 1869-tf. B. T. VAN HORN
• WALKER & LATIM:IP,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL; NAILS,
STOTTE, TIN- WARE,
BRUIN, Sin CUTLERY,
Cariiage and alarm's Trimmings,
I- HARNESSES; SADDLES, /to.
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1820-Iy.
C. F. & 0. Moore,
lAIVERY AND EXCHANGE STABLES
Welleboro, Pa. Office and Stables on Water
treat, in rear of Court• House. They will fur
nish horses, single or double, with Buggies, or
Carriages, at short notice. Long experience in
the business enables the proprietors to announce,
with ocadidence they can meet any reasonable de
mands in their line. Drivers furnished, if desired
and paisengers carried to any part of the country.
Thankful for past favors, they invite continuance
of custom. : -Terms reasonable.
• • N0v:4,1869.-Iy.
Great Improvement in Densistry.
- y. .HAVING- purchased the exam.
11 1 dive right of Dr. Folsom's Im•
a ft ** proved patent Atmospherio Dental
Plates for Tioga County. I now take pleasnre
in offering it to the publio,as the greatest Die-
COVERT yet made in
By the use ef.which, we can overcome any any
and all difficulties which have heretofore baffled
the skill of the most practical
,Dentist in the
world. , Plates oonstracted upon this plan re
main perfectly Sim under all eircathstances or
condition of the month, as no air, or particles of
foodoan possiblygetunderthem. Those having
old styles, Gold or Rubber Plates, can, at half
the coat, have the Improvement applied to them
answering in every respect the same purpose as
as a new set. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed
in every ease. C. hI..DARTT, Dentist.
Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 1869.
Thiele to certify that we are now using the linPrey"
ed Dental Plate's. with perfect satisfaction. Haying
used tbe old style Opiates for years with anthem:whits
.and inconcenioncleknown in the nsfs of inch plates,
we oboe/fully recommend the Improved Mates as far
impetiOr to anything yet known. E. R. KildVidliD. •
RAILWAY TIME TABLES.
O N and altor MONDAY, May 2d, 1870, Trai ns
will leaves:laming, at ;be following boure, vlz :
5,50 a. tn., NIGUT EXPRESS, daily fur Roch
ester Buffalo Dunkirk, Cleveland and anon,
mitt!, making ' direct cora/Action with trains of the
Grand Trunk and Lake Shore Railways at Buffalo.
Dunkirk and Cleveland for all points West, and at
Oincitituatti with the Ohio and Mist:oBlpp! and Louis.
villa Short Line Railways for the South and South
6,18 a lap
D EXRESS MAIL, Sue a s exceted, fort,
Buffalo, tinkir P k and Clevel and, t
nnectin p g with
trains for the West. A sleeping Coach is attached to
this train running through to Buffalo.
4 10,22 a. m., MAIL TRAIN, Sundays excepted, for
- Buffalo and Dunkirk, •
L 45 P.m.', BALTIMORE ItXPßESS,Sundaysexcept
ed, for Rochcater and Buffalo, via Aron.
7,39 p. m., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
Rochester, Buffalo ' Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cincinnati,
and the South Stops at drincipal stations and con.
pacts points on main line.
New and improved Dr i awing Room Coaches.accompany
this train from New York to BOffalo, and Sleeping
Coat:pee attached at ilornellsville, running through
to Cleveland and Gallon without change.
11,25 p. 131., EXPPESS MAIL. Sundays excepted,
-tor Buffalo, Clevela ad, connecting wltq trains for
12,05 p. Iti.,,WAY FaElGHT,Sunclaysexcepted.
645 p• in, EMIGRANT TRAIN, daily, for the West.
11,48 p.m., 'MORT EXPRESS. Sunday's excepted,
connecting at New York. with afternooultrains and
Steamers for Boston and New England &Ries.
Sleeping Coaches accompany this train to New York
4,35 a. m., CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays es;
canted, connecting at Elmira for Williamsport,
Harrisburg and the South; also at Elmira for Canan
daigua; at Waverly With train of Lehigh valley Rail
way ; at Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton for Coo
perstown and Albany; and at New York with steam
ers and afternoon Express trains for New England
/1167. Sleeping coaches accompany this train
to New York.
11,28 a. m., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting at Jersey .City with midnight express
train of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. Also
stopeat principal stetsons and connecting points on
main line.. ;
New and improved Drawing Roonaloaches accompany
this train to New York. ,
12.16 w.,. , ACCOMMODATIONITRAIN, daily for"
nna. 1 • i
2;20 •p. m., ELbIIRA. MAIL, suildaya excepted.
430 P.m.) NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
Bandar, excepted, connecting at Elmira fur the
7,37 p.m., LIGHTNING EXPRESS, Bally, connect
ing at Jersey City with morning Express train of
New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore and Washington;
and at Now York with morning Express train for
Boston and New England Cities. Alsr stops at all prin
cipal stations and connecting points on mats line.
Bleeping Coaches accompany thistratt through to New
11,33 a. in., WAY BREMIIT, Sunday, excepted.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH,
gar A revised and complete“ Pocket Time Tabled'
Passenger Trains on that:He Railway and • connecting
Lines,bas recently been published,and can be procur,
ed on application w a ttle Ticket Agent oftbe Company
Wll. BARR, L. D . RUCKER ,
\ ilen'l Pass. Agent'. [ Gen'l Sup't
Bloosbarg& Corning, & '''lioga R. R
Tiatnewillryin as follows untilfurther notice:
Accommodation—Leaves Blessburg at 6,60 a. m..3ian e
field at 7,40 Tloga at 8,22 Lawrenceville at 9 07—
arrivingat Corning at 10,10 a.m.
Matt—LeavesDloasburg at 2,30 p. m ~Mans field at 3,16,
Tloga at 3,45, Lawrenceville at 4,29—arriving at
Corning at r.. 30
51a11—LeavesCorning at 7,50 -a.m., Lawrenceville at
8,44, Voga at 023, Mansfield at 10,05—arriving at
Illosslburg at 11,45 a. m .
Accomntodation—Leaves Corning at 2,55 p.
renceline at 4,04 Tioga at 4.55, Mansfield at 5,38
arriving at Blossburg a 03,20 p. m .
L .SIIATTIICK t
NOrthern Central R . R.
TRAINS FOR TILE NORTH .
TrainsforCanandagnialoave Elnilla as follows :
Accomodation at 7 05 p m
Express [fastest train oti road] ...... ...... 12 2U a m
Mail - lo 00 p m
Way Freight,[passenger coach attached].........5 20 a m
On andafter Nov. 15, 1869, trlttin s will arrive and
depart from Troy, al follows;
108 b a. m.—Dally (except Sundays) for Elmira, Buffs.
lo,Canandaigua, Rochester, Suo.Bridge and the
95a a. m.—Dally (except Sundays) for Elmira and
Buffalo,v la Erie Railway from Elmira.
• LEAVE SOUTHWARD.
7 ?..3 A. m.—Dally(except iundays) for Baltimore,
955 P. m.—Dally (except Sundays) for Baltimore,
Washington and Philadelphia.
ALPRE'D R. FISKE ED. S. YOUNG '
Gen'l Bap t .Harrliburg, Ci n'.l Pass. Ag' t
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DOORS, PALING, SCROLL s
Also, dealers in .
'Lumbei . and Shingles.
Price list for Sash primed and glaze ii p er li ght
8 by 10-123 cents.
9 by 13. 8 by 14, 10 by 12, 15 Hats.
10 by 14, 9 by 14, 16 cents.
10 by 16, 20 ants.
• Our work is made of the best seasoned lumt «
and in the beat manner. Call and see us.
Jan. 5, 187C-Iy.
Cash Capital over 001000,000
FIRST-CLASS CO'S- 2 -/VME BETTER
RATES AS LOW as any good Conipat, 4
will take. Policies on dwellings atd
property written at this othco, and - dellvetti l
payment of premium.
Are You Insured. i
It costs but little, particularly to insnre (11!1.
Inge, farm property, and contents. Detmo
dwellings and farm property insured_ for 3 y tt ,
for ipne per centum and. expense of policy, t t
A' house, detached 100 or more insured
$lOOO for 3 years, at an expense of $11,60. 0; 4
$3,83* a year! Small tam—good thing in call;
fire., Furniture, provisions, bedding at:-
same rates. There 184:10 excuse,
Everyone ShCould be Insured.
if not with me, Smith & Merrick will do it jc
as cheap, and just as well. (Gratis, gentlente.
I should be glad however, to befriend enciugliz
this manner to pay for advertising.
• PRO. I. MITCHELL.
Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 1870-tf.
Them Things is AMY'
A VERY thing is lovely, and the a ser iq r .
depends from a sublime altitude. i
You will Please Observe,
.that the best natured man in Town baring
fleet:l'th° wants of the public, and haringtto
tifullyisupplied himself with almost trerytEl
which'lhis world a r. afford to oppea:t. the:
now btihevolently pv poses to open the whoitti
fore the people, and say to all, old and yttl
black ai.d white, rich and poor,
C M E 9
You pay your Money and you take Sr:
DOn't stand out in the cold expo;:cd - to dee
ements and to the Sting of the neighbor, ttd
but pull•tho latch string, it is always out
iness hours, d-c.
Tho large hearted proprietor, or his esti
good naturell clerk will conduct you, es it yr
filled with - raviz:hing delights
ht. NJ / IiARDEN OP SPICES, in •Itl_
every thing Spicy,from a nutmeg to eaveneep
per mit- tie aeon and procured.
2d, A GARDEN OF SWEETS, in which!'
ery variety of Saceharine delights, both solidi'
liquid may be had by the stick, pound orgill:.
and of such flavor and complexion as will on
every aching sweet tooth in your bead
Jump with delight. Should you be point:4
tally inclined, this humane individual wit
duct you into a
GARDEN OF FRUITS, in YT il kb - b
119 lei t ,
ery variety of luscious things to be found giti
ered from the four quarters of the globe, ad
shown to aatiaiy your largest longings. Oru;s
from Cuba, Lemons frdm Florida, Yount Ira
Turkey, Raisins from Malaga, Curran ta Ina ii,
Grecian Archipelago; 'Peaches dried
. and ta>
ed itlong with a great ariety of Canned Do
from the Jerseys; Data from Syria, cud Fr
from Asia Minor. No nd to the supply oferv;
species o r N UTS from 3 Continents.
THE TEA GARDEN will next enact::
your attention; the warm decoction of tie fin
leaf and the Java bean have become along dr
vernal beverages, and if not swallowed too It!t
to strong, the mild stimulants are esteemed t
eminently, , promotive of comfort and sociallt;-
What compnny of elderly ladies could evert!'
in peace without i them ? Now your fried a:
GARDNER, will be most happy to shcx l.
all this. Ho will ask you politely to look it b
Tea. You are welcome to try' every cbe!t
see if GUN POWDER, Snuchong GRill
HTSON, &0., which flavor you like, bet clt
the other styles wbose jaw cracking newel cv
be dangerous to pronounce, COFFEES. in cde:
style, ditto, ditto,liitto.
Tho beneficent proprietor of this matsuntit
tablishMent—ont of sheer good will, and 0.1
will believe him for no other motive batty::
interest and his, has at vast expense estkilNit
at the - same plaoo an immense depot of Nrs
ions, consisting of
Flour, Pork, Lard, Cod sit, White Fla
Sword Fish, c., &c.
Meal, Hams, Butter, Til'aut,', Blue F5l
Halibut, &11, (fro.
All of which be intends to sell at a proatcu::!
principle of "live and lot live." Ile gents;
proposes also to receive in exchange ail tbeir•
ducts of your farm and dairies,and it istsidt.e
fidentially to the public, that he never iefo
Tht , ' it itite bite wretchedly N keep It •
anxious is ha. that :he dear people shoulder
nothing whatever that money can buy of
L. A. GARDNER
Wellaboro, Jan. 1, 1870.
4 - I,ARNESS' .SHOP
GNV. NAVLE, would say to his trict 3
. that his Harness Shop is now in fulliy•
and that ho is prepared tofainish heavy orkil
on short notice, in' a good and substantial: li
ner, and at prices that can't fail to suit.
The best workmen are employed,and coo
the best material used. Call and see.
Deo. 9, 186? -Iy. G. W. NAVL!
I Il li3Ll r a a. o
M il Age A nt L iorT i ?o ll ga ll( fin E d PignZre Caoutitnhtterf;;:
effect insurance in the •
, Wyoming Insurance Coin Pau l.
London, Liverpool k Globe, C -
He will MILOS the - county dutiing thereel ll :
cept Saturdaya, when ho will he found et
office of John. 1. Mitchell, to attend to ell fo
may give him a call. A. L. NOVO
Sept. 22, 1869-3m.*
T"ESubccriber win open a School in t, l
village gf Oaceo/d, oe Monday, March 1" .
1870, and continue twelvol Weeks.
RATES OF TUITION :
Common Engßah, • .VP
PA 9,—tf; C. C. WARD, PrinolPi•